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September 3, 2013

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  • CMN Miracle Kid saves family from sinking boat

    CMN Miracle Kid saves family from sinking boat

    Friday, October 11 2013 8:59 AM EDT2013-10-11 12:59:03 GMT
    A Sudan, Texas girl is being called a hero after rescuing a family on Buffalo Springs Lake over the weekend. It's a scary story with a happy ending and the hero of the story is a familiar face on KCBD. Natalee
    One of our CMN Miracle Kids was honored by the Lubbock City Council on Thursday, Oct. 10, for her heroic actions back in September.
  • Annual Corn Maize open through Nov. 30

    Annual Corn Maize open through Nov. 30

    Sunday, September 15 2013 1:46 PM EDT2013-09-15 17:46:37 GMT
    Provided by At'l Do Farms At'l Do Farms will be hosting their annual corn Maize out on 6323 FM 1294 Lubbock 79415 from Sept. 14 through Nov. 30. Hours are: Closed Monday Tues - Fri 6 - 9 p.m. Sat 10
    At'l Do Farms will be hosting their annual corn Maize out on 6323 FM 1294 Lubbock 79415 from Sept. 14 through Nov. 30.
  • Tips to help allergy sufferers

    Tips to help allergy sufferers

    Sunday, September 8 2013 7:24 PM EDT2013-09-08 23:24:17 GMT
    Another seasonal problem is on the rise. All of our recent rain is making weeds and grass a problem for allergy sufferers. If you find yourself sneezing and sniffling this time of year, there are all sorts
    Another seasonal problem is on the rise. The recent rain is making weeds and grass a problem for allergy sufferers. If you find yourself sneezing and sniffling this time of year, there are several home remedies to help reduce your misery.
  • Seagraves teen killed in Sunday accident

    Seagraves teen killed in Sunday accident

    Wednesday, September 4 2013 11:58 PM EDT2013-09-05 03:58:03 GMT
    One Seagraves High School student was injured and another was killed in a one-car accident on Sunday, Sept. 1. Authorities say 16-year-old Victoriano Sanchez of Hobbs, NM was driving southbound on CR
    One Seagraves High School student was injured and another was killed in a one-car accident on Sunday, Sept. 1.
  • School officials working through closed campus lunch changes

    School officials working through closed campus lunch changes

    Wednesday, September 4 2013 4:42 PM EDT2013-09-04 20:42:42 GMT
    A local mother says that the Lubbock High School lunch lines are too long. Billie Jo Perez is upset that her son isn't eating lunch. Perez's son is a junior at Lubbock High School. Perez says her son
    A local mother says that the Lubbock High School lunch lines are too long.
  • Consider this...Let's have transparency about city debt

    Consider this...Let's have transparency about city debt

    Tuesday, September 3 2013 9:34 PM EDT2013-09-04 01:34:47 GMT
    The Lubbock City Council is set to put final approval on a tax hike. They say it will help pay for city projects approved by voters in 2009. Ok, fine. Here's how it works. The city borrows money and
    The Lubbock City Council is set to put final approval on a tax hike.
  • Richard Milburn Academy cancels classes after overnight break-in

    Richard Milburn Academy cancels classes after overnight break-in

    Tuesday, September 3 2013 9:07 PM EDT2013-09-04 01:07:18 GMT
    The Richard Milburn Academy in the 2300 block of 50th Street canceled classes on Wednesday after officials say the school was broken into Monday night. The school says Kindle e-readers, laptops, and teacher
    The Richard Milburn Academy in the 2300 block of 50th Street canceled classes on Tuesday after officials say the school was broken into Monday night.
  • New report reveals City of Lubbock more than $1 billion in debt

    New report reveals City of Lubbock more than $1 billion in debt

    Tuesday, September 3 2013 8:45 PM EDT2013-09-04 00:45:05 GMT
    A new report shows the City of Lubbock running more than one billion dollars in the red. The state comptroller released the figures as part of their "Tell the Truth Texas" campaign. Organizers say it's
    A new report shows the City of Lubbock running more than one billion dollars in the red.
  • Pertussis prompts Texas Health Alert

    Pertussis prompts Texas Health Alert

    Tuesday, September 3 2013 8:28 PM EDT2013-09-04 00:28:37 GMT
    Provided by Texas Department of State Health Services The Texas Department of State Health Services is urging people to make sure they're vaccinated against pertussis after projections show the number
    The Texas Department of State Health Services is urging people to make sure they're vaccinated against pertussis after projections show the number of people sick with the deadly disease this year is on track to reach the highest level in more than 50 years.
  • Harris initiates third recall attempt against Price

    Harris initiates third recall attempt against Price

    Tuesday, September 3 2013 7:45 PM EDT2013-09-03 23:45:58 GMT
    Lubbock City Councilman Floyd Price is facing yet another recall attempt. For the third time, district 2 resident Gordon Harris picked up petition information on Tuesday so he can collect signatures to
    Lubbock City Councilman Floyd Price is facing yet another recall attempt.
  • Big 12 stumbles out of the gates

    Big 12 stumbles out of the gates

    Tuesday, September 3 2013 5:15 PM EDT2013-09-03 21:15:45 GMT
    Arguably the second strongest conference in college football had a sub-par opening weekend. The Big 12 went 6-3 in their week one matchups, but two of the three losses were to FCS (Division 1-AA) schools. Defending
    Arguably the second strongest conference in college football had a sub-par opening weekend. The Big 12 went 6-3 in their week one matchups, but two of the three losses were to FCS (Division 1-AA) schools.
  • Lubbock police warn residents about 'Grandma Scam' phone calls

    Lubbock police warn residents about 'Grandma Scam' phone calls

    Tuesday, September 3 2013 4:28 PM EDT2013-09-03 20:28:37 GMT
    Lubbock police are warning residents about a rapidly-growing scam. It's called the "Grandma Scam" and it's happening nationwide. Scammers pretend to be a grandchild as they call a grandparent to tell
    Lubbock police are warning residents about a rapidly-growing scam. It's called the "Grandma Scam" and it's happening nationwide.
  • Tickets still available for Texas Tech vs. Stephen F. Austin

    Tickets still available for Texas Tech vs. Stephen F. Austin

    Tuesday, September 3 2013 4:23 PM EDT2013-09-03 20:23:21 GMT
    Good news for Red Raider fans. There are still tickets available for Texas Tech's first home football game of the season. Texas Tech will take on Stephen F. Austin Saturday, Sept. 7 at 6 p.m. Single
    Good news for Red Raider fans. There are still tickets available for Texas Tech's first home football game of the season.
  • West Nile Virus case confirmed in Lubbock County

    West Nile Virus case confirmed in Lubbock County

    Tuesday, September 3 2013 4:07 PM EDT2013-09-03 20:07:35 GMT
    Provided by City of Lubbock Health Department The City of Lubbock Health Department has confirmed the first West Nile Virus (WNV) human case for 2013. WNV is a disease of birds. Humans and horses get
    The City of Lubbock Health Department has confirmed the first West Nile Virus (WNV) human case for 2013.
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